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Allhallows on Sea railway station

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Place  Allhallows-on-Sea
Grid reference  TQ844783
4 December 1961  Closed
Area  Medway
16 May 1932  Opened
Platforms in use  2
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Post-grouping  Southern Railway Southern Region of British Railways
Similar  Cliffe railway station, Smeeth railway station, East Minster railway st, Teston Crossing Halt railw, Dungeness (SER) railway st

Allhallows-on-Sea station was the railway station for Allhallows-on-Sea from 1932 to 1961.

It was opened partly on the 14 and fully on 16 May 1932. It had an island platform with a run-round loop. Originally the branch from Stoke Junction was single track, but it was doubled in 1935, and singled again in 1957.

The station closed on 4 December 1961 and was demolished in 1975, although the listed water tank remains.

History

Opened by the Southern Railway the line passed on to the Southern Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948 and was then closed by the British Transport Commission.

References

Allhallows-on-Sea railway station Wikipedia


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